Logic Pro X, Apple's software for professional audio editing, was today updated to version 10.4.1, with Apple introducing several important bug fixes to address issues discovered since the release of the major 10.4 update.

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According to Apple's release notes, the update fixes an issue that could cause the app to quit when opening projects created with an earlier version of Logic Pro X, it ensures plug-in settings are properly installed, it prevents CPU usage spikes caused by ChromaVerb, and it fixes a few other bugs. Full release notes are below:

What's New
- Fixes an issue that could cause the app to quit when opening projects created in an earlier version
- Plug-in settings are properly installed for Step FX, Phat FX, ChromaVerb and the Vintage EQ collection
- Logic no longer quits unexpectedly when pressing play after automation has been copied to another track
- Resolves an issue where ChromaVerb could cause unexpected spikes in CPU usage
- Zoom key commands now work as expected in the Audio File Editor
- Control-clicking on a note in the Piano Roll Editor no longer causes other notes to deselect

Logic Pro X 10.4.1 comes a little over a month after the release of Logic Pro 10.4, a huge update that introduced a new Smart Tempo system, new plug-ins including ChromaVerb, Step FX, and Vintage EQ, additional drummers, and more than 800 new loops.

Logic Pro X can be downloaded from the Mac App Store for $199.99. [Direct Link]

Top Rated Comments

MikeSmoke Avatar
45 months ago
Apple has certainly taken Logic Pro X and its users seriously from day one of their acquisition. A great app just keeps getting more powerful and polished.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Zwhaler Avatar
45 months ago
I applaud Apple for their continued support of Logic and Final Cut Pro. It makes me wonder how those programs fit in with their long-term plan of MacOS and iOS development, which, based on recent trends, seems to indicate that the platforms are headed toward some sort of inevitable unification.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ginkobiloba Avatar
45 months ago
I still use Aperture. I really, really wish Apple would pick it up again.
Yeah , same. I'm a long time Logic user, I find Logic Pro X's team is really on fire, they're to be applauded for the continuous and solid development of LP.
But why, oh why kill Aperture ? It was the perfect balance of friendly UI and power. Nothing replaces it.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
O.N.Y.X Avatar
45 months ago
I'm glad the ChromaVerb CPU spikes have been taken care of. The reverb is brilliant but with the spikes it was useless. Thanks Apple!
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
britboyj Avatar
45 months ago
I applaud Apple for their continued support of Logic and Final Cut Pro. It makes me wonder how those programs fit in with their long-term plan of MacOS and iOS development, which, based on recent trends, seems to indicate that the platforms are headed toward some sort of inevitable unification.
I still use Aperture. I really, really wish Apple would pick it up again.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
ErikGrim Avatar
45 months ago
Apple has certainly taken Logic Pro X and its users seriously from day one of their acquisition. A great app just keeps getting more powerful and polished.
Not only that, the Camel Audio acquisition has paid dividends too. What a great plug in suite to have by default.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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